If you’re planning a holiday to Yorkshire this year, don’t miss out on the delights offered along the county’s east coast.
The Hull Daily Mail recently highlighted some of the top places to visit on this stretch of the UK’s coastline, noting that there are some real gems to be discovered here. If you’re not familiar with the area, you may want to organise a chauffeur tour in Yorkshire to ensure you don’t miss anything.
Hornsea is set to hit the headlines next month when it hosts one leg of the Tour de Yorkshire, although there’s plenty to enjoy here at any time of the year, including Yorkshire’s largest freshwater lake, a Blue Flag beach and the Hornsea Folk Museum.
Withernsea, meanwhile, has recently installed dancing fountains on its seafront, adding another dimension to this traditional seaside resort. Other attractions here include the town’s lighthouse and Pier Towers, which looks out over the sandy beach.
For nature lovers, Spurn is an essential spot to visit, with its new Discovery Centre providing plenty of information about the local birds and other creatures that inhabit the nature reserve.
Spurn is a wonderful place to stretch your legs, with the sand spit extending for three miles into the Humber Estuary. It’s particularly well known for the variety of migratory birds it attracts each year, making spring and autumn the best times to visit if you want to see the greatest variety of birds.
As well as the birds, you’ll be treated to stunning sea views whatever time of year you come, with the recently renovated Spurn Lighthouse promising particularly spectacular vistas.